Hazard Ball: Game rip
Name: Hazard Ball
Publisher: Chris Eastwood
Developer: Chris Eastwood
Original/port composers: Xaser, Stamen
Platform: PC Windows (2004)
Related Plaform: PC Windows
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Xaser, Stamen
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Genaside, JoltDragon
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 17
Size of archive: 2.16 MBytes
- "YYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSS!!" (by Dr. Spa, 5 Jun 2004) [10/10]
Totally the best. It is an imspiration, with all kinds of music, techno, dream, fantasy, jungle... Everything!!!! Mirsoft was right, this rocks! Other should review it!
- "I'm a celebrity! (well... almost.)" (by Xaser, 19 Jun 2004) [7/10]
Well, thanks to all of you who enjoyed the music for the game. I have improved quite a bit since then, though, and pretty soon I'll release a level pack for the game which includes more music and everything, so look for that soon.
Yes... go ahead and gripe at me for reviewing my own music. Besides, I on;y gave myself a 7 rating (because I'm better now than I was back then).
- "Real thing(s)" (by J, 19 Oct 2007) [10/10]
And he even says he got improved!
(I can't imagine that's possible:)
- "Pretty Cool" (by Razorback, 12 Feb 2008) [8/10]
As I've stated before, I'm a big fan of pinball and puzzle tunes they make for some great ambient tracks. Nice large selection here which makes for pleasant listening.
- "What happened to Chris Eastwood?" (by JoltDragon, 22 Nov 2018) [10/10]
I can't find him anywhere on the web anymore, which is a shame...
By the way, this music is goooooood.
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Facts / description
Thanks to Genaside for prividing full soundtrack from this game. Yhe game
is based on one of my most favourite games ever - Rock'n'Roll by Rainbow
Arts, and it's very cool and addictive. Check it out at
In folder v1_2 are the tunes from the latest version of Hazard Ball (1.2),
they are composed by Stamen.
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